Employers can receive the following funding support under the enhanced WorkPro:
Age Management Grant
Up to $20,000 per company
Enables companies to acquire the necessary competencies to implement age management practices. The grant helps to raise awareness of age management practices and support companies in the implementation of these practices.
Job Redesign Grant
Up to $300,000 per company
Provides companies funding support to create physically easier, safer and smarter jobs for older workers i.e. aged 50 years and above.
Companies that embarked on the Inclusive Growth Programme (IGP), the Capability Development Grant (CDG) or the Business Improvement Fund (BIF) for their job redesign projects may apply for the Job Redesign (Rider), upon project completion, if the project leads to a positive impact on older workers.
 Applicable for new projects approved under IGP or CDG on/after 1 Jul 2016 or under BIF on/after 1 Dec 2017, and completed within WorkPro programme period (1 Jul 2016 to 30 Jun 2019). Applications must be submitted no later than 6 months after project completion.
(effective from 1 July 2018)
Up to $105,000 per company
Provides companies funding support to implement and sustain flexible work arrangements (FWAs) for all employees, to create work-life harmony at the workplace.
Please click here to view the Programme Factsheet and here for the Programme FAQs for more details. You may also refer to the Job Sharing Implementation Guide here to find out more about job sharing, success cases, and refer to sample templates.
For more information on WorkPro, employers may contact the Programme Partners. Please note that NTUC’s e2i and SNEF are the appointed WorkPro Programme Partners. Companies can approach either one to apply for WorkPro. This service is provided at no cost to companies. Applications must be submitted directly by the companies. Third parties application through consultants or vendors will not be accepted. MOM, WSG, SNEF and NTUC’s e2i do not endorse any consultants or vendors and their services or products. Their contact details are:
NTUC’s e2i (Employment and Employability Institute)
Under the Job Redesign Solution Sourcing (JRSS), WorkPro Programme Partners NTUC’s e2i and SNEF are seeking to work with solution providers that have scalable, innovative and easily implementable solutions that can help companies create easier, safer and smarter workplaces benefiting older workers.
Solution providers interested to collaborate can read more about the initiative on SNEF’s Website.